While the world is going ga-ga over yoga, it can be confusing for a beginner to decide which type of yoga to go for. With countless types and different health benefits of each, you can always find the perfect yoga style for yourself.
If you are in doubt, check out these emerging types of yoga that are super popular and trending right now.
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Buti yoga mixes high power moves and involves a lot of energy and stamina. The aim of this type of yoga is to lose your inhibitions and be more confident in your body. The moves are a mix of tribal dance steps, plyometrics and various yoga poses.
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As word play goes, Broga is nothing but dude yoga, which means that everyone is more and more interested in having some more dudes in the yoga class. Wishful thinking (for now) apart, more men are also reaching out to yoga to make use of its various health benefits. This form of yoga is more tuned towards men and to help them achieve the way they want to shape their bodies. It is a stronger form of yoga that is similar to a gym workout.
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Aerial yoga has been popular for quite some time now, but is gaining more followers now due to its vast health benefits. It uses a hammock type of structure along with various yoga poses, to add more pressure on your core and increase your mobility. This is a great way to build overall strength and also decompress your spine.
SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) Yoga or Paddleboard Yoga
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A lot of yoga teachers are modifying this type of yoga to bring it to the swimming pool, so that you don’t always have to head out to the beach (which could also be a great motivator!). This type of yoga is also a great way to relax your senses, to calm your mind, to destress and get one with nature. And yes, it also builds your stamina and balance, and does wonders for your core.
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